Yorkshire Terrier is named after Yorkshire in the northeast of England, so it is also called Yorkshire Terrier, Joseph dog and Joseph scarlet. Yorkshire Terrier is petite and second only to Chihuahua small dog in shape. Its coat is as soft as silk, like a girl’s hair. It pours down from the head, neck and trunk. The head of the Yorkshire Terrier is often decorated with ribbons and has the naughty character of the terrier. It has the charm of a noble lady’s boudoir. Originated in the mid-19th century, in the industrial city of Yorkshire, England. Workers often raise it on the construction site or at home to catch mice. Dogs are much larger than cats.